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Kai Kln Live at Bottom of the Hill on 1993-06-27

by Kai Kln

Topics Live concert


talk/intro
Nasty Dogs and Funky Kings
Blur
Dirty Floor
Corona Belly
Seven
Rythym of Strange
Chaising the Wind
Rock Star
For What or What For
Junction
Thirteen
Punker Than Thou
Sparks Jam
Roadrunner
10 Seconds of Speed Metal


Collection KaiKln
Band/Artist Kai Kln
Date June 27, 1993
Venue Bottom of the Hill
Location San Francisco, CA

Source (PXM mics + SBD) > Sony two-track deck w/ Tascam Portaone as mixer + SBD(house deck) > tape
Lineage Aud + SBD > tape > cdr(0) > EAC > Sound Forge(tracking) > FLAC frontend(8)
Taped by Randy Mantei
Transferred by Randy Mantei


Notes

Kai Kln 06-27-1993 Bottom of the Hill, San Francisco, CA
Aud + SBD > tape > cdr(0) > EAC > Sound Forge(tracking) > FLAC frontend(8)
Recorded, transfered, and mixed by Randy Mantei
Complete (incomplete) recording from master (see notes)

1) talk/intro
2) Nasty Dogs and Funky Kings
3) Blur
4) Dirty Floor
5) Corona Belly
6) Seven
7) Rythym of Strange
8) Chaising the Wind
9) Rock Star
10) For What or What For
11) Junction
12) Thirteen
13) Punker Than Thou
14) Sparks Jam
15) Roadrunner
16) 10 Seconds of Speed Metal

73:37
Supporting Stone Fox, Mason Lane opening

Randy Mantei-
Another copletely tight set was played to a SOLD-OUT crowd at Botton of the Hill. Stone Fox played that night with anoterh strong local support band (maybe? Screaming Bloody Mary's or Hockaloogie). I brought a cheapo Sony two-track deck and a Tascam Portaone as a mixer (the record deck in it had died). I tried to get a blend of my PXM mics and the soundboard for vocals but had massive volume surges from the soundboard inputs so it was a rough recording at first and up and down throughout. Fortunately, I brought an extra tape and told the soundboard man I needed a tape for the band if possible. I had intended to get the band a copy but at that time of my live, follow through was not my strength. I did trade with Aaron from Wig Torture because he came to my Haight St. flat and hung out while we traded some tapes. The soundbard is the highlight of the show, and is necessary to complete the show, as the fourtrack/two track tape ran out before the show was over. The complete soundbard is here, though most of it is blended onto the end of the audience version cd. The complete soundbard is also incomplete because the soundman started it late into the show.

Sherman Loper-
I got this show from Randy's CD after he had transfered the two tapes, mixed them together and burned a cdr(0). I used EAC to extract, then Sound Forge 5 to split track 5 of the show. Although the recording isn't the best the performance is a great out of town show. Includes an early arrangement of Rock Star.

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